Rotherham(i) 1 In the first year of Belshazzar, king of Babylon, Daniel, beheld, a dream, and visions of his head upon his bed,—then, the dream, he wrote, the sum of the matters, he told. 2 Daniel spake and said, I was looking, in my vision [which came] with the night,—when, lo! the four winds of the heavens, bursting forth upon the great sea; 3 and four large wild beasts, coming up out of the sea,—diverse, one from another:— 4 The foremost, like a lion, having, the wings of an eagle,—I looked until the wings thereof, were torn out, and it was lifted up from the earth, and, upon its feet, like a man, was it caused to stand, and, the heart of a man, was given to it. 5 And, lo! another wild beast, a second, resembling a bear, and, on one side, was it raised up, with three ribs in its mouth, between its teeth,—and, thus, were they saying to it, Rise! devour much flesh. 6 After that, I was looking, and lo! another like a leopard, and it, had four wings of a bird upon its back,—and four heads, had the wild beast, and dominion, was given to it, 7 After that, I was looking in the visions of the night, when lo! a fourth wild beast, terrible and well-hipped and exceeding strong, and it had, large teeth of iron, it devoured and brake in pieces, and, the residue—with its feet, it trampled down,—and, it, was diverse from all the wild beasts that were before it, and it had, ten horns. 8 I was considering the horns, when lo! another horn, a little one, came up among them, and, three of the former horns, were uprooted from before it,—and lo! eyes, like the eyes of a man, in this horn, and, a mouth, speaking great things.